Lugenbuhl Announces Six Attorneys Named to 2014 Louisiana Super Lawyers and Two Named Rising Stars


The New Orleans and Baton Rouge offices of the Lugenbuhl law firm announce that six of their attorneys have been named 2014 Louisiana Super Lawyers.

The attorneys selected for the 2014 Louisiana Super Lawyers, listed next to the category for which they were chosen, are:

Ralph S. Hubbard, III – Insurance Coverage
Joseph P. Guichet – Insurance Coverage
Stewart F. Peck – Bankruptcy: Business
Seth A. Schmeeckle – Insurance Coverage
David B. Sharpe – Transportation/Maritime
Scott R. Wheaton, Jr. – Transportation/Maritime

The attorneys were selected as part of a multistep nomination and research process that incorporates a statewide nomination survey, independent evaluation utilizing a 12 point indicator system, and peer review. The published Super Lawyers list represents only the top 5 percent of eligible attorneys in Louisiana.

Super Lawyers also recognizes Rising Stars, who have either been in practice less than 10 years or are 40 years of age or younger. The Rising Stars list comprises no more than 2.5 percent of the eligible attorneys in Louisiana.

The attorneys selected as 2014 Louisiana Rising Stars, listed next to the category for which they were chosen, are:

Brad E. Harrigan – Intellectual Property
Benjamin W. Kadden – Bankruptcy: Business

Lugenbuhl is proud to recognize those attorneys selected to the 2014 Louisiana Super Lawyers and Rising Stars, who continue to represent the knowledge, skill and leadership on cutting-edge issues that has consistently served to distinguish the Lugenbuhl firm.

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